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[movies]Agroinnovations Podcast #71: The Story of a Bolivian Farmer - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
This video interview/photo montage is a talk between myself and Moises Jimenez. Topics of discussion include an introduction to Bolivian agriculture, the life of a Bolivian farmer, the importance of crop rotation and agricultural biodiversity. Part I of II.
Keywords: bolivia; agriculture; cochabamba; agroinnovations; spanish
Downloads: 1,070
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #74: The Edible Acre Project - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
As we continue with the theme of school gardens and farms, we are joined by Debbie Hillman of the Edible Acre Project, a new project in a suburb just outside of Chicago Illinois. Debbie shares with us the details and history of the project, the role a garden plays in an educational environmental, and strategies for garnering support in a local community.
Keywords: school-garden; education; gardening; agroinnovations
Downloads: 23
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #99: Ecological Imperialism - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
This episode focuses on the arguments in the book Ecological Imperialism, written by Alfred W. Crosby. Alfred Crosby joined me briefly to talk about this book. I have added to his comments by reading key passages from his book. Topics of discussion include the success of Europeans in the New World, the definition and explanation of terms like Neo-Europe and portmanteau biota, European Imperialism in the Canary Islands, the role of weeds, animals, and disease in European successes overseas, and a...
Keywords: ecology; imperialism; history; agroinnovations; biogeography
Downloads: 2,033
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #49: The C-Realm with KMO - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this episode of the podcast I interview KMO of the C-Realm podcast. Another creative collaboration, KMO and I are releasing concurrent episodes where we interview one another on our respective podcasts. Topics for this episode include the origins and themes of the C-Realm, Peak Oil, the relationship between food and shifting consciousness, and many others.
Keywords: c-realm podcast; kmo; agroinnovations
Downloads: 1,347
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #74: The Edible Acre Project - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this episode we continue with the theme of school gardens and farms. I am joined by Debbie Hillman of the Edible Acre Project, a project in a suburb just outside of Chicago Illinois. Debbie discusses the origins and implementation of the project, the role of a the farm/garden in education, and practical strategies for those looking to develop similar projects in their communities.
Keywords: school-garden; education; gardening; agroinnovations
Downloads: 1,164
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast: Aquaponics - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In the second part of my interview with Doug Burdette we talk about aquaculture as a community development strategy, the mechanics of aquaponics, and I read a listener's comments.
Keywords: agroinnovations podcast; aquaculture; aquaponics; fish
Downloads: 2,693
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #55: The Shopper's Guide to Pesticides with Amy Rosenthal - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
Amy Rosenthal, of the Environmental Working Group (EWG), talks with mme about the Shopper's Guide to Pesticides. How it was created, the general break-down of how it can be used, what it covers and what it doesn't and why, and we reflect about making food decisions to minimize exposure to harmful pesticide residues.
Keywords: agroinnovations podcast; pesticides; produce; organic
Downloads: 1,339
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast: Aquaculture with Doug Burdette - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
For over 40 years, Doug Burdette has been a pioneer in the development and deployment of intensive aquaculture systems. In this interview we talk about his aquaculture systems, polycultures in aquaculture, and the efficiency of aquaculture.
Keywords: agroinnovations podcast; aquaculture; aquaponics; fish
Downloads: 2,612
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #124: Back in the Saddle - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
The Agroinnovations Podcast is back after a hiatus of several weeks. I begin by sharing an article by Tara Lohan entitled Vision: How Small, Mostly Conservative Towns Have Found the Trick to Defeating Corporations. I then continue by sharing listner comments, and conclude by sharing another article by Jill Richardson about farm subsidies and the 2012 Farm Bill.
Keywords: farm subsidies; corporations; agroinnovations; localism
Downloads: 3,067
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #89: The Fig Man - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
We are joined by Lloyd Kreizter, also known as the fig man. Lloyd has been a fig hobbyist and germplasm collector for many years in the Albuquerque, New Mexico area. Today, Lloyd joins us to talk about the history and origins of the fig, the adaptability and variability of the fig, and the light and passion the fig inspires in himself and others.
Keywords: agroinnovations; figs; ficus; fruit; biodiversity
Downloads: 1,604
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast: Agriculture and Civilization - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this episode of the Agroinnovations Podcast, we speak with Richard Manning, essayist and author of several books. Richard explains to us how annual grasses have hijacked civilization, how grasslands hold the keys to our food future, and how to search for niches in the local food shed.
Keywords: agriculture; civilization; history; Agroinnovations Podcast
Downloads: 1,901
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast 131: Spiral Ridge Permaculture - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
Frank is joined by Cliff Davis of Spiral Ridge Permaculture. Cliff begins by breaking down the natural history, forest composition, soil types, and topography of his permaculture farm in central Tennessee. The topic then shifts to permacultural strategies for success in this challenging environment, and concludes with a discussion of the political challenges of a establishing a permanent culture in a damaged society.
Keywords: agroinnovations; podcast; agriculture; permaculture; tennessee
Downloads: 6,810
[audio]Episode #130: Offline - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
This episode is offline.
Keywords: agroinnovations; podcast; agriculture; permaculture; holistic management
Downloads: 2,383
[audio]Interview w/ Walter Kaiser - Agroinnovations Podcast
This week on the agroinnovations.com podcast we speak with plant pathologist Dr. Walter J. Kaiser. Dr. Kaiser has over 40 years of experience in the field, and we talk with him about his experiences in the field, the importance of agricultural biodiversity, and cultivating edible mushrooms.
Keywords: agriculture; sustainability; biodiversity; plant pathology; agroinnovations
Downloads: 2,529
[audio]Ferrocemento_en_el_Altiplano_Boliviano - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
En esta entrevista con el Arq. Greby Caillavy, hablamos de un proyecto de ferrocemento que Agroinnovaciones Bolivia esta realizando en el Altiplano de Bolivia. Arq. Greby explica los antecedentes del proyecto, y nos da una idea clara de como se debe trabajar con la tecnologia de ferrocemento en las condicciones del altiplano.
Keywords: ferrocemento; altiplano; Bolivia; Agroinnovations Podcast; agua
Downloads: 1,200
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #47: Update with Frank Aragona - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this episode, I update listeners about developments in the Agroinnovations Podcast and changes they can expect in the very near future.
Keywords: agroinnovations podcast; Frank Aragona; Agricultural Innovations; news
Downloads: 1,360
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast: From Global Commodities to Local Food - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this interview with Ken Meter of the Crossroads Resource Center, we discuss the economic condition of rural America and the farm economy, and the path from global commodities to local food.
Keywords: local food; foodshed; agroinnovations podcast; Ken Meter
Downloads: 1,390
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast: Permaculture in the Savanna - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this first of (hopefully) many collaborative episodes, Mike Moon interviews Mark Shephard, permaculturalist in the mid-Western United States who has developed a number of innovative techniques for the sustainable agricultural production.
Keywords: permaculture; nuts; Agroinnovations Podcast; Mark Shepard
Downloads: 1,983
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #51: LEISA Network with Frank van Schoubroeck - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this episode I am joined by Frank van Schoubroeck of the Center for Information on Low External Inputs and Sustainable Agriculture (LEISA). Frank and I discuss the Center and it's important magazine work, innovative farmers and their struggles, and the role of global development institutions in fostering innovation in agriculture.
Keywords: agroinnovations podcast; LEISA; innovation; development; Third World
Downloads: 1,304
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #78: The Black Soldier Fly (Part I) - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
The Black Soldier Fly (Hermetia ilucens) has many remarkable characteristics that make it useful to human beings. In this episode, I am joined by Jerry of blacksoldierflyblog.com. Jerry and I discuss the lifecycle, morphological characteristics, and population dynamics of the Black Soldier Fly. We also discuss strategies for attracting and managing a healthy colony. This is Part I in a two part series.
Keywords: insects; agroinnovations podcast; blacksoldierfly; hermetia ilucens
Downloads: 1,987
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #117: Natural Reality - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
Scott Russell Sanders joins us once again for a wide ranging discussion of issues in conservation and our relationship with Nature. Topics of discussion include the observance of natural cycles, gardens in schools, our cultural appetite (or lack thereof) for the Truth, and what we can expect to see in the future. This episode is concluded by reading some listener email.
Keywords: agroinnovations; nature; conservation; truth; gardening; education
Downloads: 1,924
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #69: Transition Culture with Rob Hopkins - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this episode, I am joined by Rob Hopkins of transitionculture.org. We discuss the origins of the transition movement and its practical application as a grassroots community organizing strategy. Rob shares with us some potential pitfalls, and we also discuss the differences between collapse and energy descent. This is part I in a two part interview.
Keywords: rob hopkins; transition culture; agroinnovations; podcast; permaculture
Downloads: 1,977
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #58: Gandhian Economics with George Mokray (Part II) - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this episode I conclude my interview with George Mokray about Gandhian economics. Topics of discussion include Gandhi's view of public policy, Gandhian economics as an alternative modern social orders, how Gandhi would view the Internet, and Gandhi as a source of inspiration in contemporary society.
Keywords: gandhi; economics; George Mokray; Agroinnovations Podcast; swadeshi
Downloads: 1,424
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #104: Discovering Keyline - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
This episode is the second installment in the series featuring keyline pioneer P.A. Yeomans. These interviews were conducted in 1979 by Bruce Hedge, Geoff Booth, and Phill Gall of 3CR Melbourne Radio. P.A. Yeomans died in 1984. Topics of discussion include the slow adoption of keyline in Australia, the energy crisis of the 1970âs, Yeomans motivation for discovering keyline, the process of discovery, and the use of Nature as a model for design...
Keywords: keyline; agroinnovations; permaculture; yeomans; water; soil
Downloads: 2,017
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast: Colony Collapse Disorder in 2008 - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this episode, we discuss colony collapse disorder with Maryann Frazier, the Senior Extension Associate at Pennsylvania State University. Maryann has been in the middle of the CCD crisis since the beginning, and she takes us through its history, its likely causes, the danger that is poses to us, and what changes we need to make to fix it.
Keywords: colony collapse disorder; Agroinnovations Pocast; bees; beekeeping
Downloads: 1,640
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast: Appropedia Roundtable Part II - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
Here is part two of the Appropedia Roundtable. Join Lonny Grafman and Curt Beckmann of Appropedia.org as they talk about some of the issues and obstacles facing the open source appropriate technology movement.
Keywords: agroinnovations podcast; appropriate technology; appropedia; open source
Downloads: 1,379
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #57: Gandhian Economics with George Mokray (Part I) - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
For episode #57 I am joined by George Mokray, who has read and written extensively about Gandhian economics. Gandhi is often remembered for his civil disobedience and non-violent approach to ending British imperialism, but his economic thought and philosophy is perhaps more fundamental to his strategy for personal and communal liberation. More relevant than ever before, Gandhi's thinking must be studied and internalized by those who wish to promote real change in our society.
Keywords: gandhi; economics; George Mokray; Agroinnovations Podcast; sustainability
Downloads: 1,508
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #85: Red Worm Composting (Part II) - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In Part II of my interview with Bentley Christie of redwormcomposting.com, we discuss worm feeding requirements, innovation and experimentation in vermicomposting, and the benefits of worm castings.
Keywords: red worms; composting; vermiculture; vermicomposting; agroinnovations
Downloads: 1,615
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #103: P.A. Yeomans and The Bunyip Slipperimp with Shakerator - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this episode I play an interview from 1979 with keyline pioneer P.A. Yeomans. This interview was conducted by Bruce Hedge, Geoff Booth, and Phill Gall of 3CR Melbourne Radio. P.A. Yeomans died in 1984, several years after this interview was conducted. Topics of discussion include the invention and utility of the key-line plow, strategies for building top soil, water at the center of land planning, intercropping of cereals and legumes, the fundamentals of keyline design, and forest ecosystems ...
Keywords: keyline; agroinnovations; permaculture; yeomans; water; soil
Downloads: 2,108
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #125: Holistic Management in Saskatchewan - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
Frank is joined by Blain Hjertaas, farmer, rancher, and Holistic Management Practitioner in Saskatchewan, Canada. Blain tells what is now the familiar tale of a high input farming making the transition to low-input, holistic agriculture and seeing vast improvements in land health, farm diversity, income, and quality of life. Topics of discussion include multi-species management, transitioning from grain farmer to animal husbandry, convincing the neighbors, and the future of agriculture in Saskat...
Keywords: canada; agroinnovations; holistic management; agriculture; cattle; ranching
Downloads: 3,478
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #73: Felder School Farm - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
This episode we welcome Ragan Sutterfeld of Felder School Farm, a school farm located in Little Rock Arkansas that is pioneering the way to get agriculture into our country's schools. Topics of discussion include barriers to adoption, the agricultural calendar vs. the educational calendar, and agriculture in education. This idea can be summarized in five words: Turn the Schools into Farms. Now, let's go out there and make it a reality.
Keywords: agroinnovations; agriculture; school farm; agricultural education; education
Downloads: 1,286
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #113: Temperate Rice Permaculture - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this episode of the podcast we are joined once again by permaculture designer and entrepreneur Ben Falk. Ben joined me to talk about his experiments with growing rice in paddies in the temperate climate of Vermont. Topics of discussion include the rationale for working with rice, rice as a hydroponic nutrient management system, the role of animals in rice production, the advantages of using cheap oil to build rice terraces, the potential for tree crops, and the challenges of processing rice a...
Keywords: rice; permaculture; vermont; agroinnovations; whole systems
Downloads: 2,454
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #53: The Walden Effect with Mark Hamilton - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
For episode #53 I am joined by Mark Hamilton of waldeneffect.org. Mark is a full-time farmer in Appalachia. Topics of discussion include his invention the Avian Aqua Miser, appropriate technology, micro-hydro power, and the local farmer's market. I conclude with some listener mail regarding discussions of energy use in agriculture.
Keywords: agroinnovations podcast; walden; chickens; appropriate technology
Downloads: 1,623
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #132: The Soil Food Web - Agroinnovations
After a 2 year hiatus, the Agroinnovations Podcast is back.  First order of business is to get a backlog of interviews from the archives out into the world.  Today's interview features Dr. Elaine Ingham from the company Soil Food Web Inc.  Dr. Ingham gives listeners an overview survey of the soil microbiology.  The scope, scale, and dynamics of the soil food web are discussed. Part One of Two.  Interview is from June 2011.
Keywords: podcast; agroinnovations; soil; microbiology; Elaine Ingham
Downloads: 1,373
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #81: The Chewonki Foundation - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
On this episode of the Agroinnovations Podcast I am joined by Margaret Youngs Coleman, who is the farm manager at the Chewonki Foundation, an outdoor classroom and learning institution dedicated to providing young people with educational experiences in the outdoors. Margaret and I discuss the location and landscape of the Chewonki farm, its role in education, and the importance of wilderness and farm experiences for young people in today's society.
Keywords: education; farming; gardening; maine; chewonki; agroinnovations podcast
Downloads: 1,251
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #84: Red Worm Composting (Part I) - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
Today we joined by Bentley Christie of the website redwormcomposting.com. Bentley is a red worm composting hobbyist who has experimented with various different worm bins and configurations for red worm composting. The site redwormcomposting.com is designed to share information and experiences about red worm composting with others, and has a very active user community. In this interview Bentley and I discuss the life cycle, morphology, and biological origins of the red worm...
Keywords: red worms; composting; vermiculture; vermicomposting; agroinnovations
Downloads: 1,881
[audio]Agroinnovations #135: Farm to Cafeteria - Agroinnovations Podcast
Frank is joined by Mary Stein, co-organizer of the biannual Farm to Cafeteria Conference, which will take place on March 4th, 2014 in Austin, Texas.  Topics of conversation include the shift from industrial to local food in the cafeteria, health and educational benefits for school children, obstacle to adoption, case studies, impacts on local economies, and some conference highlights.
Keywords: agriculture; local; food; education; cafeteria; agroinnovations
Downloads: 515
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #48: Clay pot irrigation with Larry Sallee - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this episode I interview Larry Sallee of Seed and Light International. The topic of discussion is the clay pot, or olla, as a low-tech solution to garden and small farm irrigation needs. This simple technology is an extremely effective way to maintain optimal soil moisture. Listen and learn.
Keywords: olla; irrigation; clay pot; agriculture; gardening; Larry Sallee; Agroinnovations Podcast
Downloads: 1,727
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #115: Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
We are joined by Daniel Imhoff, editor of the book CAFO (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation): The Tragedy of Industrial Animal Factories. Topics of discussion include images of and conditions in the CAFO, the loss of biological diversity in animal husbandry, externalities and the CAFO, the CAFO as a reflection of our cultural values, and areas of hope to reform our food system.
Keywords: CAFO; feedlots; animal husbandry; factory farms; agroinnovations; animal rights
Downloads: 1,816
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #94: Small-Mart or Anarchy? - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this episode of the podcast I play the second part of my interview with Doug Lain of the Diet Soap podcast. The topic of discussion begins with Dougâs reaction to the notion of a Small-Mart Revolution as a strategy for relocalization in the context of collapse. Doug reacts by arguing in favor of Small-Marts as tactic in a larger strategy for social and political transformation. I conclude the show by reading some listener comments and email.
Keywords: anarchism; anarchy; small-mart; small business; revolution; agroinnovations; diet soap
Downloads: 1,746
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast: Silvery Minnow - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this episode, we speak with Michael Porter of the Army Corps of Engineers, a fishery biologist who has been involved in research and conservation of the silvery minnow, a species native to the Rio Grande valley of the Southwest that is now in danger of extinction.
Keywords: silvery minnow; Army Corps of Engineers; Agroinnovations Podcast; Rio Grande
Downloads: 1,372
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #110: Mixed Low Input Smallholder Systems - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
On this episode of the podcast we are joined by Dr. Blair Orr. Dr. Orr is the director of the Masterâs International Program at Michigan Technological University, and has worked for several decades in the area of agroforestry, forest economics, and small holder tropical systems. We discuss the MI Program at MTU, changes and patterns in Third World agriculture, land tenure, low input mixed systems, increasing connectivity and migration in developing countries, the future of Haiti, and strategies...
Keywords: michigan tech; blair orr; agroinnovations; tropical agriculture; agroforestry; cooperatives; haiti
Downloads: 1,942
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #64: The Coalition of Imokalee Workers Part II - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this second of a two part series, we conclude an interview with Gerardo Reyes of the Coalition of Imokalee Workers. Gerarado discusses cases of slavery in the United States, the need to change our mentality, the campaign to improve the rights of agricultural laborers, and the potential linkages between the worker's rights movement and the local food movement.
Keywords: local food; agroinnovations podcast; worker's rights; florida; imokalee; agriculture
Downloads: 1,131
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #83: The Landman Report Card - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
Today we are joined by Christina Xu of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology ExtrACT Group, a co-creator of the Landman Report Card. The Landman Report Card provides tools to learn about landmen and their mineral companies through reading reviews submitted by users. It also allows users to submit their own report cards, contact other users and use the site as their own private diary of interactions with this industry...
Keywords: landman report card; landman; oil; natural gas; MIT; agroinnovations
Downloads: 1,121
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #95: The Apple Grower - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this episode we are joined by Michael Phillips. Michael is an apple farmer, consultant, and writer. He has written several books, and is most well known for his book âThe Apple Grower: A guide for the Organic Orchardist." In this interview we discuss the apple as the final frontier of organics, the use of neem oil and kaolin clay to control insect pests and diseases in the orchard, the role of observation in orcharding, and the community orchard as a new model for locally produced fruit.
Keywords: michael phillips; agroinnovations; orchard; apple; fruit; new hampshire
Downloads: 2,296
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #65: The Zambian Soap Company with Andre Houssney - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this episode, I am joined by Andre Houssney of the Zambian Soap Company. Andre gives us a cultural and historical context of Zambia, discusses the process of developing a soap company in the region, talks us through the production process of organic soap, comments on Fair Trade, and addresses the tension between buying local and supporting access to markets for Zambian producers.
Keywords: soap; organic; sustainability; globalization; Zambia; Africa; Agroinnovations Podcast
Downloads: 1,285
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #97: Towards Holistic Research - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this episode we are joined by Josh Egenolf, who is a Ph.d. candidate with the Odum School of Ecology, which is part of the University of Georgia. Josh is currently developing a research proposal that will evaluate the relationships between management typologies and sustainability indicators. His approach is a participatory one that will directly involve producers from the Indiana Beef Alliance, and will be looking at how Holistic Management practitioners make decisions...
Keywords: agroinnovations; holistic research; holistic management; sustainability; participatory research; farm research
Downloads: 1,604
[audio]Agroinnovations Pocast: Reprap Part I - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
In this episode of the podcast, we talk with Adrian Bowyer of the Reprap project. Reprap is an open source, self-replicating machine. Open source appropriate technology is coming of age in the reprap machine.
Keywords: appropriate technology; open source; reprap; Agroinnovations Podcast; OSAT
Downloads: 1,598
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast #96: Wild Farming - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
Wild Farming is a concept pioneered by conservationist Aldo Leopold and is now taking many forms throughout North America. In this interview I am joined by Joann Baumgartner of the Wild Farm Alliance. The Wild Farm Alliance's mission is to promote a healthy, viable agriculture that helps protect and restore wild Nature. Topics of discussion include the origins of wild farming, strategies for promoting and conserving biodiversity on the farm, predator friendly farming, and the price of food as an...
Keywords: wild farming; agriculture; conservation; biodiversity; agroinnovations; wild farm alliance
Downloads: 2,115
[audio]Agroinnovations Podcast: Linguistic Diversity with Luisa Maffi (Part I) - Agricultural Innovations Inc.
Luisa Maffi is the Director of Terralingua, an organization dedicated to the conservation of the world's biocultural and linguistic diversity. In Part I of this two part series, Dr. Maffi explains the goals and purpose of Terralingua, and then paints a picture of crisis and extinction for our world's languages. The relationships between language, culture, and biodiversity are profound and poorly understood, and Dr...
Keywords: Terralingua; Luisa Maffi; Agroinnovations Podcast; linguistic diversity; biocultural diversity; extinction
Downloads: 1,376
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